Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Toyota Recalls 2010 Camry Due to Possible Brake Failure Causing Increase Risk of a Crash

Toyota announced the recall of its 2010 Camry, because the length of the power steering pressure hose on the vehicle equipped with a 4-cylinder (2AR-FE) engine may be insufficient such that the gap between the crimp on the pressure hose and the brake tube for the left rear brake may be insufficient causing the brake tube to interfere with the crimp resulting in wear and perforation. A brake tube perforation may result in brake fluid leakage increasing the risk of a crash. Toyota has announced that it will replace or adjust the brake tube free of charge. Owners should contact Toyota at 888.327.4236 (TTY 800.424.9153 or go to

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